I am Pravin Chaudhary, an undergrad from India.
I would like to participate in GSoC 17 with the project Centralized Metrics
Initially a friend of mine(vashramc) wrote an email asking for the details
in this project. The requirements leading up to the proposal were mentioned
*As an initial contribution, we would love to see a few of these things -
if not all,1. An understanding of Fedora metrics ecosystem 2. An
understanding of statscache code3. Try deploying a local instance of
statscache4. Optional, Build a basic plugin in statscache for eg. which
just records how many messages are emitted by fedmsg daily.*
I have done all of the above; I have perused Statscache code in detail and
that of the plugins as well. I have a clear idea of how the system works
overall and also of the individual components.
As required, I have written a plug-in for statscache
<https://github.com/pravinkc/statscache_plugins/pull/1> that shows all the
references to a list of users. The list of users we wish to track is defied
via the environment variable TRACK_USERS, providing it comma separated
I will draft my proposal, once I receive comments on my progress so far.
I am Vasram Devji, doing my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from
I would like to participate in this year's GSoC program with the
I read the project description and it is definitely something that I would
love to work on. I have built several apps using Django and am comfortable
with Python and data analytics.
Is there a miniproject that I can do to make my proposal stand out? I would
love to showcase my skills in a way that would maximize my chances of